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Motorola Atrix Hands-On

01/05/2011, We’ve uploaded some real-world pic of the Motorola Atrix, and we’re going back to fish some more, but this looks very interesting. At first glance, the phone design is good, but we’ll get back to you in a few moment… Update: More...

Enspert releasing new Android tablets this year

01/05/2011, [CES 2011] Korean electronics manufacturer, Enspert, has just introduced their 2011 IDENTITY product line to the world today at CES. The IDENTITY line up will contain Android tablets that are designed for education and entertainment, delivering color LCD...

Sony Ericsson Anzu displayed in banner?

01/05/2011, [CES 2011] In a banner spotted at CES 2011, Sony Ericsson decided to give everyone a sneak preview of an upcoming device that looks just like the Sony Ericsson Anzu that was leaked before. Judging from the pictures, the phone looks like it’s going...

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid revealed at CES 2011

01/05/2011, [CES 2011] Lenovo’s unique hybrid tablet/laptop was recently revealed at CES 2011. What makes this device so interesting is that it works as a two completely different products depending on how you use it. The IdeaPad U1 Hybrid is made from the...

Android ported to Google Cr-48

01/05/2011, After OSX and Windows 7 got ported over to Google’s Cr-48 notebook, we knew it was only a matter of time before we saw Google’s own Android operating system running on the device. The same guy behind the first two ports successfully brought...

Amazon appstore now open for developers to submit apps

01/05/2011, We’ve been enjoying a wide selection of apps on Google’s Android Market for some time, and now it seems that we’re inching closer to another major Android app store out there, the Amazon appstore. We previously caught wind about this, so there...

Xperia Play PlayStation Phone sighted again

01/04/2011, Sony Ericsson’s upcoming PlayStation Phone has been seen a few times before this and it’s rumored that it’ll be called the Xperia Play. Now pictures of the phone have surfaced again, complete with the Xperia branding, which might confirm that it...

ASUS announces 4 new tablets

01/04/2011, [CES 2011] It looks like ASUS will be releasing 4 new tablets over the course of the year – the Eee Slate, the Eee Pad Transformer, the Eee Pad Slider and the Eee Pad MeMO. After unveiling them today at CES, the Taiwanese company has revealed their...

Nexus S now overclocked to 1.3GHz

01/04/2011, It was just yesterday when we reported about the Google Nexus S phone being over clocked to 1.2GHz, now it looks like the developer is far from done and has managed to push another 100MHz out of the Hummingbird CPU, bringing it up to 1.3GHz. Makes me...

Samsung accounts for 1/3 of Android shipments worldwide?

01/04/2011, We recently noticed that Samsung had achieved its lofty target of selling 10 million Galaxy S phones in 2010, which is definitely worthy of praise. Now reports are in that the Korean company actually accounts for about 1/3 of all Android shipments...

Android Honeycomb to require dual-core processor?

01/03/2011, There isn’t any official confirmation on this just yet, but word is going around that Google’s upcoming version of Android – Honeycomb, will require some serious processing power. The managing director of Korea’s Enspert consumer electronics...

Samsung Galaxy Tab case with Bluetooth keyboard

01/03/2011, If you’re looking to keep your Samsung Galaxy Tab protected while on the move, and want to increase its functionality while you’re stationary, the Galaxy Tab case with Bluetooth Keyboard might be the solution for you. Available from Brando,...

AOC Breeze Sub-$200 8-inch Android Tablet

01/03/2011, [CES 2011] AOC, a company that usually makes displays is jumping into the Android Tablet market with a sub-$200 8″ Android Tablet. Sub-$200? Yes, that’s correct, but what’s inside for such a low price? Let’s take a closer look: The...

HSTi wireless media stick to support Android devices

01/03/2011, HSTi is set to unveil its Wireless Media Stick Android mobile app this week, an app that will allow the device to stream your stored movies, music and photos from any Android-powered smartphone or tablet to your media player. The Wireless Media Stick acts...